Objective To observe the effect of continuous invasive blood pressure monitoring in cardiac intervention. Methods A retrospective analysis of 100 patients with cardiovascular disease admitted to our hospital from January to August 2018, all patients were given continuous invasive blood pressure monitoring, and related nursing interventions were observed to observe 100 patients. Clinical care effect. Results The mean time of catheterization in 100 patients with cardiovascular disease undergoing cardiac intervention was(40.8±16.2)min. The complication rate during catheterization was 4%(4/100). There were 1 case of sputum, a small amount of oozing at the puncture site, subcutaneous congestion, and local signs of skin infection, respectively, and all of them improved after the relevant symptomatic treatment. Conclusion Continuous invasive blood pressure monitoring during cardiac intervention can not only accurately grasp the changes of intraoperative arterial pressure, ensure timely medication, shorten the time of catheterization, reduce the incidence of complications during catheterization, and promote the recovery and recovery of patients as soon as possible. It is worth promoting in clinical practice.
Continuous invasive blood pressure monitoring